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Immerse yourself in the intoxicating underwater world of Pemba Island, listen to this meditative The sound of the Indian Ocean, which sloshes steadily on the perfectly white sandy beach, and let yourself be pampered Barefoot luxury Move to other worlds in an incomparably private ambience.
The elegant boutique hotel Fundu Lagoon is located on Pemba Island, near Zanzibar and has 18 stylish, furnished accommodations. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean from the rooms and let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of nature when you wake up.
Turquoise blue water, pristine sandy beaches - you can see all of this from your private bungalow, which will delight you with its luxurious furnishings. The bungalows consist of canvas tents that are covered by makuti (thatched roofs), and are spread out from the dreamy white sandy beach to the lush, green mountainside. Each accommodation gives you the feeling of being alone on the island. The peace and quiet and the sound of the sea promise a romantic atmosphere in the evening on your veranda.
Not only on land you can experience the fascinating nature, Pemba Island is also known for the diverse underwater world. Fundu Lagoon is ideal for guests who are looking for a quiet and luxurious holiday resort and who love diving and water sports. There is also a diving center near the reception, where you can register for a range of water sport activities such as snorkeling or a diving course. You can go to Mesali Island for diving or snorkeling.
At sunset you can take a trip on a dhow boat. Canoe trips to explore the mangroves are also possible. You can put your skills to the test or discover a new hobby for yourself while kayaking, wakeboarding, windsurfing or fishing. Enjoy the culinary delights - the freshly prepared meals with freshly caught fish, seafood or coconut milk are a taste experience! Untouched scenic beauty, dense forests, spice plantations, original villages and fascinating diving areas - you will find all of this on the west coast of the island of Pemba.